In a four-part series, Max Bankole Jarrett explores life within Britain's African communities. 2: Nigerians make up Britain's biggest African community, and as a second generation emerges, issues of culture and identity are becoming central
. Producer David Olusoga
A six-part comedy by Simon Brett following the fortunes of three fortysomething sisters.
5: Spreading Wings. Emily gets her
A-level results, which prompts a flurry of varied reactions from Victoria, Roger and Charlotte. with Bill Nighy and Lisa Coleman Producer Maria Esposito
John Walsh and Sebastian Faulks are joined by Frank Delaney and Harry Ritchie in the last of the series of the literary quiz. With chairman James Walton. Reader Becky Hindley. Written by James Walton Producer Dawn Ellis
By Sue Teddern. You Belong to Me December. Irene plans a change of image, but love and Hollywood may intervene. Final part. with Charlie Simpson. Giles Thomas. Rebecca Saire , Sean Baker , Eddie Marsan.
Peter Gunn. Frances Jeater. Geoffrey Whitehead , Sarah-Jane Holm and Jan Goodman
Director Marion Nancarrow Repeat
Professor Anthony Clare explores the limits and potential of the human mind, and throws light into the hidden shadows of the psyche. Producer Charlie Taylor
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A six-part comedy series by Tony Bagley. 5:
Just as he is starting to make the most of his new life, Robin gets whisked back to his old universe - where his doppelganger's been wreaking havoc.
Producer Claire Jones Repeat
John Humphrys chairs an investigation of the moral questions behind the week's headlines.
Witnesses face cross-examination from Janet Daley , Frances Fyfield ,
Geoffrey Bindman and David Starkey. Repeated on Saturday 10.15pm
US Army general George Owen Squier invented muzak in 1928 when he piped music down telephone lines to his customers. Now, satellite technology enables a computer in Orpington to change the music playing in a Tel Aviv shop. Peter Snow examines the ever-growing use of background music to influence moods and attitudes, from easing a visit to the dentist to encouraging us to spend more. Producer Andrew Green Repeat
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